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2016 AARP sleep and brain health survey / MEHEGAN, Laura ; RAINVILLE, Chuck ; SKUFKA, Laura.
Washington, DC : AARP, 2017, 43 p.

http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/research/surveys_s... (14-03-2017)
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Lieux géographiques
: États-Unis

Mots-clés principaux
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Sommeil
Cerveau
Santé
Fonction cognitive
Opinion publique

Mots-clés secondaires : Mémoire

Résumé :

AARP conducted a study among 40+ adults to characterize their sleep habits, understand what keeps people awake at night, and to examine the relationship between sleep and brain health.

Key findings include:
*Nearly all adults (98%) believe that sleep is important for brain health and adults who sleep better rate their brain health better.

*Those who rate their sleep quality higher average more hours of sleep per night and have higher average mental well-being scores.

*Many adults have trouble staying asleep (53%) and/or sleeping through the night (44%). Adults who have these difficulties average less sleep per night and have lower average mental well-being scores.

*A majority of 40+ adults say they are well-rested and satisfied with the amount of sleep they get yet nearly half (48%) say they don't get enough sleep.

*Adults think they need between seven and eight hours of sleep a night to function at their best and they indeed average seven hours of sleep per night.

*The most frequently cited activities that adults engage in within an hour of bedtime are watching television and browsing the web and one-third (34%) of adults keep a phone or electronic device by their bed.

*Nearly nine in ten (88%) adults think a cool bedroom temperature is effective in helping people sleep. Yet only two in five (41%) adults keep their room between 60 and 67 degrees. (AARP)

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Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 34345
NumRec : 7474003
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